Bladen County, North Carolina

 
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ADAMS, ROGER
August 2, 1739. August 6, 1739. Wife and Executrix: FRANCES. Other legatees: LUCY and JOHN GREEN, GABRIEL JOHNSTON, SAMUEL WOODWARD, JAMES INNES, JAMES MURRAY. Witnesses: THOMAS HART, ROBERT KNOWLS, JAMES MENZIES. Proven before GABRIEL JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 2)

BARTRAM, ELIZABETH, relict of Wm. BARTRAM
December 27, 1771. August Court. 1772. Daughters: SARAH BROWN (husband, Thomas Brown), MARY ROBESON (husband, Thomas Robeson). Executors: THOMAS BROWN (son-in-law) and SARAH BROWN (his wife). Witnesses: JNO. JONES, HENRIETTA JONES, MART SYON (LYON). Clerk of the Court: MATURIN COLVELL. Will also proven before the Governor and Council, February 2. 1773, as attested by J. BIGGLESTON. Executor qualified before Jo. MARTIN, at New Bern, February 3, 1773. Sealed with signet ring.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 22)

BENBOW, GERSHON
January 12, 1750. Sons: POWEL, RICHARD and EVANS. Daughter: SUSANNAH. Executors: POWELL BENBOW (son) and CHARLES BENBOW (brother). Witnesses: ABRAM SANDERS, RICHARD MAY, JOHN JONES. No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 28)

BLANING, HUGH
May 10, 1751. March Court, 1752. Wife: ELIZABETH. Wife's children: WILLIAM and ELIZABETH HALL. Sister: SARAH STAR. Executors: ELIZABETHBETH BLANING (wife), MATTHEW ROWAN. Witnesses: ROBERT DOWIB, THOS. HALL and . Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 33 & 34)

CALDWELL, RORERT
March 24, 1749. June 20, 1750. Brother: JOSHUA CALDWELL. Wife and two sons mentioned, but not named. Friend: WILLIAM NEALE. Executors: JOSHUA CALDWELL (brother), JOSEPH CLARK. Witnesses: GER- SHAN BENBOW, JOHN LEARY, SAMUEL NEALE. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 59)

CARVER, JAMES
May 7, 1738. June 7, 1739. Sons and Executors: JAMES (land on North side of the North West River), Samuel. Daughters: MARY BENBOW, ANN CARVER. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: RICHARD HELLIER, ANN HELLIER. Will proven before GAB. JOHNSTON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 65)

CARVER, JAMES
February 27, 1753. June Court, 1753. Son: JOB (house and laud "where I now live"). Daughter: ELIZABETH CARVER. Brother: SAMUEL CARVER. Executors: SAMUEL CARVER (brother) and ELIZABETH CARVER (wife). Witnesses: RICHARD MALLINGTON, PATRICK MCCONKEY, GEORGE WILLISS. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON. The testator devises two acres of land "where the meeting house now stands," "to our society of People called Quakers."
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 65)

CARVER, SAMUEL
April 23, 1758. July Court, 1758. Wife and Executrix: ARCADIA. Sons: SAMUEL ("plantation whereon I now live"), JAMES (lot in Wilmington). Daughters: SARAH and MARY CARVER. Brother: WILLIAM MAULTSBY. Witnesses: SAML. MILHOUS, CHARLES BENBOW, RICHARD MARLINGTON. Clerk of the Court: C. BURGWIN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 65)

CLARK, JAMES, SENR.
April 26, 1757. On Cow Branch upon Drowning Creek. This is more a deed of assignment than a will and assigns all right, title and interest of JAMES CLARK of "the plantation I now live upon" to JOHN STACK. Witnesses: WILLIAM BARTRAM, JOHN MITCHELL.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 73)

DAVIS, DAVID
December 9, 1740. September Court, 1741. Sister: RACHEL DAVIB (plantation purchased of GABRIEL WAYNE). Executor: WILLIAM BARTRAM. Witnesses: JONATHAN EVANS, THOS. WALKER, THOMAS JONES. Clerk of the Court: JOHN CLAYTON. Chief Justice: J. MONTGOMERY.
 (Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 93)

DAVIS, THOMAS
October 2, 1761. May Court, 1769. Daughter-in-law: KATHERINE GREADY. Daughter: MARY GREADY (500 acres of land adjoining "Secretary Rice's backland"). Brother: WILLIAM DAVIS. Executors: WILLIAM DAVIS and JOHN LUCAS. Witnesses: JNO. TURNER, RALPH MILLER,THOS. NEWTON. Codicil to will appoints ANN DAVIS (wife) and THOMAS OWEN Executors in place of WILLIAM DAVIS and JOHN LUCAS. Witnesses to codicil: THOS. HALL, JOHN ROOT, RALPH MILLER. Clerk of the Court: ARTHUR HOWE.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page  95 & 96)

DOWAY, ROBERT
January 30, 1756. January Court, 1758. Sons: JAMES and ROBERT. Daughter: ELIZABETH. Wife: CATHERINE. No executors. Witnesses: JOHN STACK, HENRY LEWIS, JAMES WHITE. Clerk of the Court: J. BURGWIN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 102)

EAGAN, JAMES. "Cape Fare"
October 30, 1737. March Court, 1738. Executor: WILLIAM CARY. Wife and daughter: mentioned, but not named. Witnesses: THOMAS LOCK, WILLIAM BARTRAM, ARTHUR DANIEL. Clerk of the Court: RICHARD HETEIER.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 106)

EDWARDS, CATHERINE
May 2, 1755. October Court, 1755. Son: ROBERT ("ye plantation I formerly lived on"). Daughter: ANN SUTTON. Grandsons: JOHN, SAMUEL and ISAAC HOLLINGSWORTH. Executors: ROBERT EDWARDS (son) and VALENTINE HOLLINGSWORTH. Witnesses: JAMES PROTHRO, JEREMIAH PROTHRO, ANN D. LAURENCY. Clerk of the Court: EDWARD NUGENT.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 110)

GREEN, JOHN
April 28, 1749. June Court, 1749. Sons: JAMES, ROBERT, JOHN. Daughter: SARAH. Wife: mentioned, but not named. Executors: JAMES GRANGE and JAMES CARR. Witnesses: JOHN ELISS, JOHN STUBBS, JAMES JONES, DAVID MONLEY. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 141)

HALL, WILLIAM
February 6, 1764. April 21, 1765. Wife and Executrix: ELIZABETH. Witnesses: A. GREEN, JAMES HENDERSON, MARY GREEN. Proven before WM. TRYON at Wilmington.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 147)

HAMILTON, JOHN
October 22, 1764. February Court, 1765. Son: JAMES. Wife and Executrix: ESTHER. Other legatee: ESABEL HAMILTON (probably daughter). Executor: WM. CREE. Witnesses: JOHN KENNEY, LEVI MOORE. Justices: GEORGE BROWN, JOHN SMITH, JOHN TURNER, GEORGE GIBBS, JOSEPH CLARK. Clerk of Court: MALUNN COLVELL.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 148)

HOG, RICHARD
June 18, 1768. September 21, 1769. Sister: ELIZABETH HOG of Tishe- raw, in the parish of Inveresk in North Brittain. Executors: ROBERT JOHNSTON, ROBERT and JOHN HOGG. Witnesses: WILLIAM BARTRAM. THOMAS BAYLY, LILLAH JOHNSTON. Proven before WM. TRYON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 168)

HOUGHTON, THOMAS
January Court, 1743. Daughter: MARY HOUGHTON. Executors: ELIZABETH (wife), JOSHUA and WILLIAM HOUGHTON (brothers). Witnesses: DAVID BUTLER, MARY BUTLER. Clerk of Court: RICH'D McCLURE.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 172)

HUMPHREY, JOSEPH
October 14, 1752. December Court. 1752. Cousin: SARAH ROBERTS. Nephew: JOSEPH HUMPHREY. Friend: EVAN ELLIS. To Carvers Creek Meeting is given three pounds. Executors: JONATHAN EVANS and ISAAC JONES. Witnesses: ALEXANDER McCONKEY, THOMAS SPEIRS. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 176)

JONES, ARTHUR
October 21, 1750. December Court, 1750. .Sons: LEWIS, SIPHRES. Daughter: ANN JONES. Executors: GERSHON BENBOW, GRIFFITH JONES. Witnesses: CYPRIAN SHIPHERD, SAMUEL PIKE. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 189)

JONES, EDWARD
October 8, 1751. September Court, 1752. Son and Executor: ISAAC. Daughters: HANNAH LOCK, JANE ENECKS. Grandsons: ISAAC and WILLIAM ENECKS. Granddaughter: ANN ENECKS. Wife: SUSANNA. To Carver's Creek meeting is given ten pounds. Witnesses: JOHN SMITH, WM. SIBBLY, JOHN GRAY. Justices: BENJAMIN FITZRANDOLPH, HENRY SIMMOND, JONATHAN EVENS. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 191)

JORDAN, DEBORAH
September 4, 1769. February 14, 1770. Brothers: ITHAMAR and JOHN SINGLETARY. Daughter: MARGARET GIBSON. Niece: DEBORAH SINGLETARY (daughter of ITHAMAR). Executors: JOHN SINGLETAHY (brother) and WALTER GIBSON (son-in-law). Witnesses: JOHN Russ, EPH'M MULFORD, JOSEPH POWERS. Will proven before WM. TRYON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 199)

LENNON, JOHN
October 13, 1757. October Court, 1757. Parish of St. Martin's. Sons: JOHN ("this land I now live on"), DENIS (land on Waccamaw Swamp), EPHRAIM. Daughter: PHILLIS ELLICE. Wife and Executrix: ANN. Executor: EVEN ELLICE (son-in-law). Witnesses: SAMU'L BAKER, WM. MCREE (or MCKEE), MART MACKKEY. Clerk of the Court: JNO. BURGWIN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 214)

LOCK, BENJAMIN
April 25, 1756. January Court, 1757. Son: JOHN ("my land"). Wife: MIRIAM. Executors: NEIL BEARD (father) and JOHN LOCK (brother). Witnesses: THOMAS THEMS, DANIEL BEARD, ELIZABETH LOCK. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 218)

LOCK, THOMAS
August 29, 1739. December 19, 1739. Wife and Executrix: SUSANNAH. Sons: BENJAMIN, DAVID and LEONARD. JOSEPH (land on Northwest River). Daughters: ELIZABETH BARTRAM, MARY LOCK. Witnesses: THOMAS WIER, PETER WALLSON, WILLIS HUGHES. Proven before GAB. JOHNSTON at Brompton. Original missing. Recorded in Book 1738- 1753, page 123.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 218)

LYON, JAMES
April 27, 1752. June Court, 1752. Wife: ZILLAH. Sow: GEORGE ("my watch"). Daughters: ANN (land on White Marsh), ELIZABETH LYON (land on White Marsh), MARY LYON. Executors: ZILLAH LYON, MATT. ROWAN, JOHN LYON. Witnesses: THOS. ROBESON, RICH'D MULLINGTON, ROBERT WILSON. ,Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 226)

MCCLALLAND, ANDREW
March 21, 1752. Grandchildren: THOMAS, JANE, ANDREW and JAMES MCCLALLAND. Executor: ANDREW MCCLALLAND (son-in-law). Witnesses: GEORGE BROWN, BENJA. MOOR, BENJ. FITZRANDOLPH. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 227)

MCKEITHAN, DUGALD
January 1, 1750-1751. March Court, 1750. Father: DONALD MCKEITHAN. Brother: JAMES MCKEITHAN. Wife: MARY. Cousins: JOHN MCKEITHAN, JAMES MCKEITHAN. Sisters: NANCY MCLAUCHLIN, SARAH
MCKEITHAN. Son-in-law: ROBERT HILLYARD. Niece: MARY MCKEITHAN. No executor appointed. Witnesses: HECT. MCNEILL, ALEXR. MCALESTER. ANGUS SHAW. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 232)

MACLEARAN, ARCHIBALD
October 26, 1751. December Court, 1751. Sons: JOHN and ARCHIBALD (358 acres of land to be divided between them). Wife and Executrix: FLORANCE. Executor: DUNCAN MACL.EARAN. Witnesses: DUSHEE SHAW, ARCHIBALD MACDONALD, DUNCAN MACFEE. Clerk of the Court: THOMAS ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 234)

MACNAUGHTEN, RANALD
October 5, 1752. December 19, 1752. Sons: NEILL and CHARLES. Wife: ISBELL. Daughter: MARY. Executors: DUNCAN and NEILL MACCOULASKIE. Witnesses: ANGUISH SHAW, JOHN OPTAN, JOHN CAMPBELL. Justices of Bladen County Court: GRIFFITH JONES and BENJAMIN FITZRANDOLPH. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 235)

MAULTSBY, JOHN
October 5, 1749. July 29, 1757. Sons: JOHN and WILLIAM. Daughters: HANNAH ROOTS, MARY and SARAH. Wife and Executrix: MARY. Witnesses: ROBT. FORSHA, JOHN JONES, WILLIAM HARRISON. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON. Justices of the Peace: CALEB HOWEL, E. CARTLIDGE. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 244)

MOORHEAD. JAMES
April 4, 1759. July Court, 1759. Sons: WILLIAM and JAMES. Daughters: JANE and SARAH. Wife and Executrix: SARAH. Executor: ALEXANDER MCCONKEY. Witnesses: PETER CATES, LAWRENCE BYRNE, MARY ARIKTON. Clerk of the Court: J. BURGWIN.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 255)

NESSFEILD, JOHN
March 27, 1764. April 20, 1764. Wife and Executrix: ANN. Other legatees: THOMAS WHITE and wife, ANN. Executor: JOHN ROBESON of Wilmington. Witnesses: HU. WADDELL, JAMES BAILEY, EDW. BRYAN. Proven before ARTHUR DOBBS. Testator provides for sale of all his estate; proceeds to be invested in young female slaves for use of wife and children. Impression of dove with olive branch on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 262)

NEWTON, THOMAS
September 7, 1765. Son: JOHN ("my saw mill"). Daughter: JANE NEWTON. Wife and Executrix: MARY ("my negroes"). Executor: CORNELIUS HARNETT. Witnesses: WILL'M BARTRAM, JACOB MEZIES. No probate.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 265)

NORTON, WILLIAM
December 1, 1746. September Court, 1751. Sons: WILLIAM, DANIEL, JACOB, THOMAS. Daughter: ELIZBETH. Executors: JACOB and THOMAS NORTON. Witnesses: WM. LEWIS, JOHN MITCHELL, JOSIAH LEWIS. Clerk of the Court: THOS. ROBESON.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 270)

PORTER,SAMUEL
September 30. 1757. October Court, 1757. Sons: JAMES, JOHN, HUGH and SAMUEL. Executors: PETER LOARD and WILLIAM MCREE. Witnesses: MATTHEW BYRNE, NATHL. PLATT, JOHN LOCK. Clerk of the Court: J. BURGWYN
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 297)

PRITCHARD, HARBERT
September 23, 1738. February Court, 1738. Sons: JOHN, WILLIAM and JAMES. Executor: JONATHAN STANDLEY, JR. Witness: ANN WILLIAMS. Clerk of the Court: JNO. WYNNS.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 302)

Rayford, Matthew
July 21, 1752. April Court, 1758. Sons: Matthew, Robert, William and Philip. Daughters: Mary, Anne, Mourning, Rebeckah, Grace and Drusilla. Wife and Executrix: Mourning. Executor: Isaac Bush Witnesses: Margaret Armstrong, Frank Armstrong and Thomas Jones. Clerk of the Court of Cumberland County: James Simpson.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 307)

Rourk, Edmond
May 15, 1769. December 16, 1769. "Parish of St. Martins in the County of Bladen." Son and Executor: Samuel. Daughter: Mary AddiSon. Other legatee: Henry McCoy. Wife: Dorothy. Witnesses: Mary Addison, David Morley. Proven before William Tryon.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 320)

Rowan, Matthew
April 18, 1760. July 15, 1760. Niece: Rose Rowan (daughter of brother Andrew Rowan). Nephew: Mathew Rowan (son of brother Atcheyson). Niece: Ann Rowan (daughter of brother William). Other legatees: Richard Lyon of Spring Hill in Bladen County, Margaret Rowan (niece), Mildred Lyon, daughter of John (ten negroes), Mary Lyon (daughter of Richard Lyon), Frederick Gregg of Wilmington (land on the northeast side of Northeast River, opposite to Stag Park in New Hanover County; one gold watch). Eleven negroes and land on White Marsh, in Bladen County, bequeathed to Frederick Gregg and Richard Lyon, in trust for Esther Rowan (wife of Robert). Elizabeth, wife of Archibald Maclaine (daughter-in-law). Lands on Northwest River adjoining Henry Simmonds; land on said river adjoining Judge Lenard and Nelltown in Bladen County, and land in Craven County opposite Newbern, lying on Trent River, in all about 1,800 acres, devised to Executors to be sold. All remainder of estate is devised and bequeathed to John, the son of Jane Stubbs of Bath, "commonly called and known by the name of John Rowan." Executors: John Rowan, Frederick Gregg, Richard Lyon. Witnesses: Saml. Watters, Geo. Gibbs, Thos. Clark. Proven before Arthur Dobbs. Executors qualified before Cornelius Harnett, J. P. Coat of arms on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, page 320

Simmonds, Henry
January 9, 1758. January Court, 1758. Brothers: William Simmonds, Beninjr Moore. Sislers: Ann Moore, Judith Davis. Other legatee: Edmund Fogarty. Executors: Beninjr Moore, William Simmonds, Thos. Hall. Witnesses: Mary Smith, John Grange, Sam'l Waiters. Clerk of the Court: J. Burgwin. Impression on seal of two fighting cocks under a crown.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 338)

Thomas, Francis
June 8, 1756. October Court, 1756. Son: George. Wife and Executrix: Joan. Witnesses: Thos. Hall, Lucy Hall, Thomas Smith. Clerk of the Court: J. Burowin.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 374)

Thomas, Thomas
March 6, 1758. April Court, 1758. Sons: Samuel, Joseph, Cornelius, Thomas (land in Craven on Flat Swamp), John and Amos (land on Dunn's Creek). Daughters: Phebe, Martha and Elizabeth Thomas, Priscilla Dunn. Wife and Executrix: Prudence. Witnesses: Josiah Evans, Jonathan Evans. Clerk of the Court: J. Burgwin
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 375)

Tyler, Moses
June 25, 1762. August 9, 1762. Sons: Needham ("my plantation"), Owen ("my cuttle"), Moses (one negro). Daughters: Penelepy, Elisabeth, Christian and Lucretia Tyler. Wife and Executrix: Sarah. Executor: Jos. Howard. Witnesses: Robert Stewart, Ithamar Sin- Gletary, John Floyd. Proven before Arthur Dobbs.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 385)

Wilkison, Philip
February 24, 1757. July Court, 1758. Son: Thomas (land on Wilkeson's Creek), Richard, John, William. Daughters: Elizabeth, Mary and Margaret Williams. Wife and Executrix: Martha (negroes), Witnesses: Benjamin Sluyter, Thomas Platt, Alexander McCoNKEY. Clerk of the Court: J. Burgwin.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 407)

Worth, John
August 1, 1743. September Court, 1743. Father: John Worth, of New Jersey. Sister: Elizabeth. Cousin and Executor: Joseph Clark of New Hanover County. Witnesses: Thomas Waman, E. Vernon, John Williamson. Clerk of the Court: John Clayton. Executor qualified before Samuel Baker. Impression of dog on seal.
(Source: Abstracts of North Carolina Wills, By: J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, 1910, Page 424)

 


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